For the most part, we write paragraphs without a specific method or plan of organization. Applying logic and structure to paragraphs comes in the revision stage. When you have completed a draft, one way to tackle organization and coherence in your revision is to study the logic and construction of individual paragraphs. Paragraphs can be organized to build toward a main point, with the most important part of the message coming at the end. This method of organization is useful in building up to a problem or claim that will be further developed in later paragraphs.
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Alliteration : The repetition of the same sound in successive words, usually, but not necessarily, at the beginning of words: Blown buds of barren flowers Apostrophe : A figure of speech in which the absent is addressed as if present, the dead as if alive, or the inanimate and abstract as if animate and concrete: Come, Sleep; O Sleep! Argumentation : Writing or speaking in which reasons or arguments are presented in a logical way. Arrangement : The order in which details are placed or organized in a piece of writing.
We use logic every day to figure out test questions, plan our budgets, and decide who to date. We borrow from the vocabulary of logic when we say, "Brilliant deduction" or even "I don't want to argue about it. When dealing with persuasive writing, it will be helpful for you to outline the argument by premises and conclusions.
The first question that must be asked before answering this question is: What exactly is logical thinking? Logical thinking is the process in which one uses reasoning consistently to come to a conclusion. If this definition is strictly followed, logical thinking cannot be affected by any outside influences as long as the premises are truly valid.
The tutor is extremely friendly, helpful and accurate in establishing a framework for writing, on which, we, as students, can build slowly a scaffolding (as one text refers to it), and, as a result, become better writers.